Where Have All the Men Gone?

The continuing debate about women in ministry

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Women in Ministry has turned into a series which I did not expect. I have learned a lot. In the last post I looked at early church history and scripture for the answer to the question about women pastors. In this post Continue reading “Where Have All the Men Gone?”

“Go Home” — part 2

The continuing debate about women in ministry

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I wish I could be a fly on the wall of a first century worship service. I am sure we are misunderstanding something. By we I mean conservative Christians. Continue reading ““Go Home” — part 2″

I’m Not Addicted Anymore!

The sequel to ‘Help! I’m Addicted’

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I 🧡 Fall

Over the last few months I’ve noticed that blogging no longer has a pull on me. I am not compelled to write posts or check my blog as I was last spring. Continue reading “I’m Not Addicted Anymore!”

What Happened to the Gospel?

The difference between the church and other philanthropic groups

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Something disturbing has happened in evangelical churches. At one time the gospel message was central to their teaching and outreach; today something else has taken its place. Continue reading “What Happened to the Gospel?”

Women in Ministry

A journey through the maze of women in church leadership

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Understanding women in ministry has been like walking through a maze. I started out concluding the verses that have prevented Christian women from becoming church leaders, were a product of the Apostle Paul’s convictions Continue reading “Women in Ministry”

Changes in the Church

Changes seen in Sunday observance

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Church in the wild-wood

This past spring, my husband and I returned to the church I grew up in. This has given me opportunity to reflect on the changes I have seen since childhood. There are three main changes in the denomination we are a part of. Continue reading “Changes in the Church”